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Springfield High School

101 South Lewis Street
Springfield, IL 62704
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My Schedule -20-21

First Hour: Earth Science-Ms.Turner

Second Hour:  Science of the Physical World - Mr. Taylor

Third Hour: World History - Ms. Moore

Fourth Hour: Government - Mr Philips

Fifth Hour: World History - Mr. Dorr

Sixth Hour: Prep Period

Seventh Hour: Complete Reading II - Ms. Davis (me)

Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements
English 4 credits
Mathematics 3 credits
Science 3 credits
U.S.History 1 credit
American Government .5 credit
Social Studies 1.5 credits
Consumer Education .25 credit
Health .5 credit
Driver's Education .25 credit
Physical Education 2 credits 
Arts/Career/Foreign Language 2 credit
Public Speaking .5 credit
Electives 7.5 credits

Total credits needed for graduation 26
Students must also pass the US Constitution Test and Consumer Education

Minimum Credits for Grade level advancement
6 credits to be a sophomore (10th grade)
12 credits to be a junior (11th grade)
19 credits to be a senior (12th grade)

What is an Inclusion Teacher ?

Inclusion teachers are special education teachers who have been matched with regular education teachers to co-teach. We are there to support students with special needs, to make sure that accommodations listed on the students' IEP's are implemented, and to support the teacher. We have many roles. Sometimes we will be in the front of the classroom along with the regular education teacher teaching the material to the whole class. Sometimes we are circulating the classroom to make sure students are following along. We will work with small groups to re-teach information or to provide additional academic support. We also offer support and assistance to any student who has questions or needs something re-explained. We support classroom management and provide positive and negative consequences for behavior. We make parent phone calls and have parent conferences. We have access to student information and grades and participate in some classroom grading.